July 28, 2020 | BUFFALO, NEW YORK – Calspan Technology Holding Corporation, the parent company to a prospering group of entities including Buffalo-based aerospace and automotive research company Calspan Corporation, today announced the acquisition of Aero Systems Engineering, Inc. (ASE) in St. Paul, Minnesota. . . .
BUFFALO, NEW YORK | July 8, 2020 – Calspan Corporation has been awarded a $14.1M, four-year contract by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop full-scale air combat experimentation infrastructure for its Air Combat Evolution (ACE) program. The overall focus of ACE . . .
We are pleased to announce that Paul Damphousse, Vice President of Business Development at Calspan, has been appointed to the FAA’s Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee (COMSTAC). This industry-led committee provides information, advice, and recommendations to the U.S. Department of Transportation through the FAA . . .
We’re rolling out a series of live webinars to help you stay connected during this uncertain time. Whether you are looking to increase your knowledge or understand Calspan’s capabilities and how you can utilize our resources for your next program, we’re here to help. . . .
Calspan is classified as an essential business which has allowed our team to continue operations and support our customers while we take steps to provide a safe environment for our employees and customers. In alignment with our Values, the Calspan team continues to provide Innovation . . .
Automated vehicles development has accelerated, and this change is fueled by technology, consumer behavior, and new business models. We have seen how this new technology has influenced (or is just starting to impact) numerous industries, including insurance, oil, and the entire mobility sector. So . . .
According to the Storefront Safety Council, storefront crashes occur 60 times per day, totaling over 20,000 crashes per year. These crashes result in nearly 4,000 injuries, and tragically, more than 500 people are killed annually. These are shocking statistics which can be prevented by . . .
In recent years, in-flight connectivity has become an expectation for passengers across many airlines. When amenities become a standard, they are missed in their absence more so than they are appreciated in their presence. The quality of in-flight connectivity can sway travelers’ choice of . . .